This collection documents the professional work and life of the historian Helmut Hirsch. The primary focus of the collection is on his professional activities and immigration experiences, although some documentation of his family life is also present. The collection consists largely of extensive correspondence but also includes unpublished manuscripts, and a small amount of research material and articles Topics: College teachers, Historians, Socialism, Socialism Source: lbiead
Correspondence, tax documents, manuscript about Palestine 1935; correspondence and documents related to the Kindertransport. The bulk of the collection consists of letters from Guenther und Werner Koppel, soldiers in World War I Topics: Wizo, World War, 1914-1918, Kindertransports (Rescue operations), National socialism Source: lbiead
This collection of material relates to the life and work of the German journalist and publicist, Joseph Bornstein, and of the Austrian writer and journalist, Joseph Roth. While the material on Joseph Bornstein covers his life after his arrival in the United States until his death in 1952, Joseph Roth's documents go back to 1926 and then to the 1930s until Joseph Roth's death in 1939. The collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, several personal items, some newspaper clippings, and a... Topics: Jewish exiled authors, Jewish journalists, National socialism Source: lbiead
Sozialistische Warte : Blätter für kritisch-aktiven Sozialismus (Paris, France : 1934-1940) Varying Titles: Sozialistische Warte : Blätter für kritisch-aktiven Sozialismus : Revue antihitlérienne Revue antihitlérienne Sozialistische Warte : Blätter für kritischaktiven Sozialismus Summary: The "Sozialistische Warte" was the exile publication of the Internationaler Sozialistischer Kampfbund (International Socialist Campaign Organization), a small socialist group largely... Topics: Socialism Periodicals, Socialism Germany Periodicals, Germany Politics and government 1933-1945...
This collection details the life and work of the economist and professor Arthur Prinz. Much of his research and writing focused on the works of Marx as well as the relationship between German Jews and the economy. In addition to these topics, Prinz, who worked with the Hilfsverein der deutschen Juden in the 1930s, also wrote extensively on the subjects of emigration and immigration, especially of German Jewry Topics: Baeck, Leo 1873-1956, Einstein, Albert 1879-1955, Asociación Filantrópica Israelita, American... Source: lbiead